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 Post subject: A few samples
PostPosted: Sun Mar 20, 2011 11:22 pm 
Tree bark
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Candle 1
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Candle 2
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Vale Rossi's bike
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 21, 2011 12:23 am 
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Not bad though I have a couple of comments.

With the Candle 2 picture it looks more like the focus is on the pillar as it appears to be the sharpest focus. You may need to go in to Live View to set exactly which candle you want to focus on or adjust your aperture settings to focus on all three.

Was it your intention to focus on only the nose of the M1 or did you want the whole bike?

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Hi Chris,

Welcome to the forum.

I've moved this thread out of the Lens Gallery. Please check the individual section guidelines to see why.

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 21, 2011 5:39 pm 
Was it your intention to focus on only the nose of the M1 or did you want the whole bike?

Hi Rorschach, Thanks for comments, yes i did only focus on the nose, TBH it was only my 5th shot with the lens as i've only had the camera and lens for a week so i realise i need to practice and learn more. Infact all the pics there were mainly down to luck rather than me knowing exactly what i was doing.

see what you mean about the white pillar, again i wasnt really sure what i was doing and cant remember where the focus was set too.


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It's a digital camera (and a nice one). Practice and take thousands of photos - it doesn't cost anything, helps improve your skills, and it's fun.

It's what's good about photography. The more you take the happier you'll feel!

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